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The Syberia adventure saga is back after an over ten year long hiatus since the release of Syberia 2 in 2004, with new game Syberia 3. Game publisher Microids has announced that the third installment to the adventure game series will be launched worldwide on December 1, 2016, and has released a trailer for the game. Benoit Sokal is the artistic director for the series and will be bringing great hand drawn art to the new game’s design.

Protagonist Kate Walker returns in Syberia 3 as she goes on more adventures through the world of Syberia. The new game begins with Kate adrift in a makeshift vessel and in need of some help. She teams up with a caravan of nomadic Youkul people to travel and outsmart their common enemies.

In the recently released video the development team divulges some of the technology, artistry, and gameplay of Syberia 3. The new title promises to be very cinematic with an epic story full of mystery. Fully rendered in 3D with the assistance of motion capture technology the third Syberia game is the most technically advanced in the series.

Kate Walker

Kate Walker

With a lovely score composed by Inon Zur accompanying beautiful landscapes players will get to experience Syberia like they never have before. From creating memorable characters to beautiful landscapes the artistic design of Syberia 3 has received much attention to detail. Whether solving puzzles or running through the pretty world, players will have more freedom to explore and interact with their environment than in previous Syberia games.

Syberia 3 is scheduled to release December 1,2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Mac and PC. It will be available worldwide in a myriad of languages including English, French, Korean, Russian and Spanish, just to name a few. It’s been over ten years since players have been immersed in the world of Syberia and now the series is coming back, looking better than ever.


Alexandria Taberski

Staff Writer

A tsundere lolita writing about games for the last three years. Somehow got involved in covering mobile games. Loves JRPG's and all genre's of gaming except for platform games. Platforming can go die in a fire.